Foot pegs, wide and lowered!

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  1. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Right now im running doubled up foot pegs, they look a little ugly! 100_7250.JPG

    This is the concept peg im working on VS the stock doubled up peg. 104_8043.JPG
    The over sized mount. 104_8046.JPG

    To get to the back bolt i will have to get inside the peg. 104_8047.JPG 104_8059.JPG 104_8060.JPG 104_8061.JPG 104_8062.JPG 104_8057.JPG

    This foot peg is just a concept and i will not be running it on my blaster.
    It is 2 3/4 " wide and 1" lower! :cool:
     
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    Any specific reason why you decided to go back and down? Back to fit the heal guards better or a different reason?? Nice good foot pegs are hard to find for a Blaster and when you do find them they are pricey..
     
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    I like the new design. Great work yet again!
     
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    as always ....nice work doug !
    very similar to the pro armor fat pegs on my nerfs
     
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    Nice fabbing Bronco, nice clean look.
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Back so the heal guards are inline with the rear banshee fenders, just like they are with the doubled up foot pegs.
    Down to see if it would give the blaster a bigger bike feel.
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Can i see a pic of a pro armor fat peg? For ideas!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    i took these yesterday even before i saw you ask :)
    but i think you've got a good concept already

    peg.jpg


    peg2.jpg

    what i don't like about these is they're integrated onto the nerf tube on the bottom, and fill up with mud with no drain holes :(
    i like your design better, the more/bigger drainage holes the better, especially the way you like to MUD !
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    Why dont you want to run them?
     
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    Look good as always..look something like the I.m.s fat pegs on my bike..
     
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    I was thinking my first concept peg looked a little square, so i changed it a bit.

    Top is the new concept peg.
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    Left is the new concept peg. 104_8077.JPG
    Right is the new concept peg. 104_8078.JPG

    Right is the new concept peg. 104_8079.JPG

    Left is the new concept peg. 104_8080.JPG

    Top is the new concept peg. 104_8081.JPG

    Left is the new concept peg.
    104_8082.JPG
     
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    Man pretty sweet, maybe theres an extra concept set for sale to a blasterfun484 member? Lol
     
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    really nice you should do custom parts for a living:cool:
     
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    nice doug, I like the new rounded off better

    whats with this part ?

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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    I guess i could call that a boot guard. Keeps the side of your boot from hitting the shift rod.
     
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    aaahhhh i see, because they're lower.
     
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    I'm going to make my pegs out of stainless steel.

    On the right side with the brake mount, i'm going to cut the peg off of the its mount and use it as a brake mount. Then bolt that brake mount between the new foot peg and frame.

    On the left side i will have a boot guard between the foot peg and frame.
     
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    I changed the end a little.


    Before.
    104_8084.JPG


    After. 104_8092.JPG
     

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